Campaign Profile: Network for Peace

IssueOctober 2008

The Network for Peace (NfP) was set up in 2001 to continue the work of the National Peace Council, one of the oldest peace organisations in the UK.
NfP is an organisation-based network. Individual members are welcome, but we do not involve ourselves in organising actions or events (apart from our annual meeting – held in the spring).
Our member groups are wide-ranging; from the religious peace organisations; local and regional CND groups, small local peace groups, to larger national campaigning organisations.
We aim to keep members in touch with each other – through a regular newsletter or email and through our website – and to act as a contact point for queries about peace organisations, peace education and training, actions, vigils, and demonstrations, especially in times of crisis or emergency.
Network for Peace is dependent on member organisations to fund a worker for one day per week. (Donations are welcome!)
Network for Peace, 5 Caledonian Rd, London N1 9DY;
020 7278 3267; We run an email list for members and supporters:

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